enzymology


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enzymology

[‚en·zə′mäl·ə·jē]
(biochemistry)
A branch of science dealing with the chemical nature, biological activity, and biological significance of enzymes.
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The purpose of the this investigation was to determine if the principles of clinical enzymology could be applied to H.
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The centre will provide a ``one stop shop'' for industrial scientists to develop and learn new techniques in biochemistry, genetics, enzymology, and microbial biochemistry as applied to biocatalysis and biotransformations.
The scientific community has conducted an extensive amount of research on the genetics, enzymology and biochemistry of LAB as they relate to cheese flavor development.
These disciplines include traditional fermentation, biocatalysis, enzymology, molecular biology, bioprocess engineering and conventional crop-breeding techniques.
The second part has 9 chapters dealing with all aspects of clinical chemistry, regarding renal function, water and electrolytes, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, liver function tests, endocrine function, clinical enzymology, and therapeutic drug monitoring.
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However, University of California enzymology professor Tasios Melis and his colleagues have figured out how to almost quadruple rates of hydrogen production.
Ongoing research in disciplines including cell biology, biochemistry, enzymology and genetics (aided by increasing sophistication of techniques such as electron microscopy, chromatography, and spectrophotometry) enabled development of tests for congenital hypothyroidism, biotinidase deficiency, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, and hemoglobinopathies such as sickle cell disease.
The chapter on maize biochemistry briefly discusses basic enzymology, including key enzymes associated with photosynthesis, oxidoreductases, synthetases, hydrolases, and transferases.